A perceptive viewer, watching House of Cards over the course of 13 weeks, might remember the swan when it reappears each time.
Yet his narrative is gripping, perceptive, and moving at times, even if his conclusions are highly debatable.
After a perceptive Danny asks, “Is there something bad here?”
And, as the enigmatic front man to an avant garde indie rock group, he is droll, perceptive, and splendidly weird.
Willa is a wonderfully smart and funny and perceptive and engaging little kid.
To the notion that tact requires both a perceptive and an active part, I must for a moment return.
But Joshua hoped the rest of the personnel were not so perceptive.
For our education depends very materially upon our perceptive power.
They educate, they exalt, they preserve; so that to profit by them we must be as perceptive as we can.
I was there with you as presently as now—as sentient, as perceptive.
perceptive per·cep·tive (pər-sěp'tĭv)
Of or relating to perception.
Having the ability to perceive.